At WorldScreener, we have developed two key smart contracts so far – an ERC20 token contract, and a vesting contract for our private sale round.
In building these critical contracts, security was our top priority. Our developers followed best practices like using audited libraries from OpenZeppelin, thorough input validation, and access control mechanisms.
Before launch, we conducted extensive testing and auditing on the contracts. Meticulous code reviews were performed, along with functionality testing in a simulated environment. Fortunately, no vulnerabilities or potential for abuse were uncovered. Our contracts passed the stress tests with flying colors.
However, we were curious what an artificial intelligence would make of our smart contracts. Could an AI find any weaknesses? Do the contracts account for the interests of the entire community, not just the founders? We posed these questions to ClaudeAI, who provided the following insightful feedback:
“Based on my review, I do not see any apparent vulnerabilities or scam schemes in these contracts. Here are some key points:
- The contracts follow best practices like using OpenZeppelin’s secure math libraries, access control, and re-entrancy guards. This helps prevent common issues.
- The token transfer logic, vesting calculations, and sale transactions seem to properly implement the expected functionality. No suspicious behavior noted.
- Input validation is performed on critical parameters like addresses, amounts, vesting info, etc. to prevent abuse.
- Overall the code is written clearly and well-structured. Proper use of modifiers for access control.
- No backdoors or suspicious privilege escalation methods detected. Owner/pausable functionality seems standard.
- Referral payout logic is straightforward and transparent to all.
- Event logs allow tracking of important state changes.
Of course, as with any contract, formal verification and external audits are recommended before production deployment. But from this review I did not uncover any obvious scam schemes or vulnerabilities to exploit. The developers appear to have followed best practices for writing secure smart contracts.”
We (WorldScreener Team) believe comprehensive security is vital for decentralized applications. Rigorous smart contract analysis will therefore be an integral part of our development processes going forward. Testing and audits will help maintain community trust. The source code is available for inspection on the public Binance Smart Chain blockchain repository.
Links to validate transactions and review the open source code:
0x1A0f7D87765A64DfE43C7615bB9EF8D52A5Cfc2f – WST Token Contract
0x0dd35AdE48fF89E27b85165b2ba0Ab243A58Feb3 – WST Private Sale Vesting Contract
We thank our developers and auditors for their diligent work. We look forward to launching our ecosystem and decentralized applications soon. Together, let’s set new standards in blockchain security!